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Djúpivogur Swimming pool

Djúpivogur swimming pool and sports centre: Gym, sauna and a newly built indoor swimming pool with hot tubs, a small pool for children, and another small pool outside.

Open: MondayFriday, 7:00-20:30;

Saturday-Sunday, 10:00-18:00.

tel: 478 8999

email: djupivogur@djupivogur.is

Djúpivogur Swimming pool

Varða 6

GPS Points N64° 39' 18.475" W14° 16' 43.806"
Telephone

+354 478-8999

Opening period All year
Categories Swimming Pools

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